I went to see the Elgon Cup yesterday at Mamboleo .
My boda driver took a less-traveled route so I was surprised to see tents suddenly pop up after long stretches of wild grass.
The venue was awesome. You could go right up to the field!
I’d watched a lot of American football growing up, but never rugby. I had no idea what was happening.
Music blasted from the a stage during intermission and half time.
Uganda Lady Cranes 13 – Kenya Lionesses 44
Uganda Cranes 16 – Kenya Simbas 13
“Capture all changes to an application state as a sequence of events.”
A good name for this concept.
I’m back in Kenya and this time I brought a turtleneck.
I thought it would protect me against mosquitoes but they end up biting my fingers and face.
I got my PADI open water certification this weekend. Now I’m licensed to scuba down to 60 ft!
I did my open water dives in the Aurora Reservoir, a cold and dark body of water. Descending into the abyss was terrifying.
Eventually, I subdued my lizard brain and everything became very Bioshock.
If you’re ever in the Boulder area and are thinking of learning to scuba, I’d highly recommend Flatirons Scuba. The instructors and divemasters were super patient when I was too scared to descend. At the end of the class, since I’m a very beginner swimmer, they did an extra dive with me to help me practice kicking underwater. They’re amazing!
In Python, I wanted to run all the tests before actually executing the contents of a script.
Luckily I was using Pytest and could call
pytest.main() will return the appropriate exit codes that indicate test success or failure.
It’s pretty neat!
I can’t believe I didn’t know about this until recently.
There were some really interesting experiments done on rats on opiate addiction. It seemed to indicate better living conditions greatly reduced the addictiveness of opiates.
Foo, bar, baz.
I finally have a name for these!
They’re called metasyntactic variables and there are a lot of variations.
Check ’em out: